MANUFACTURE WARRANTY COVERAGE DETAILS
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Purchasing a new car or truck instead of a used vehicle is the satisfaction of knowing that the manufacturer’s warranty will cover repair costs during the early years of the vehicle. Since auto warranty terms vary based on the manufacturer we have compiled a list below for your review.
The list includes major brand/manufacturers auto warranty. Do note that most automakers update their warranty year-to-year so our list may not be accurate for older or newer models. Please check with your manufacturer for the true scope of the auto warranty.
An auto warranty has two major components. You have your comprehensive and powertrain coverage.
Comprehensive coverage is applicable to parts and labor required to repair your vehicle. Always remember that a auto warranty typically excludes scheduled maintenance service, wear-and-tear items such as filters, brake linings and windshield wiper blades, and failure deemed to be caused by abuse or improper maintenance (oil change). Powertrain coverage applies to major mechanical components like the engine, transmission and axles, and is subject to the same exclusions.
Be aware that in a few cases, however, one or more models within a given line may come with different warranties than their showroom siblings. That’s the case with the full-size Nissan Titan pickup truck, which gets five years or 50,000 miles’ worth of comprehensive coverage, instead of a 3/36,000 limit. Where installed, Ford’s heavy-duty Power Stroke diesel engine gets separate coverage onto itself at 5/100,000. Always check with the manufacturer on your warranty terms.
Our table structure below is provided to give you a quick glance if your car/auto warranty is expired or about to expire.
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DISCLAIMER: While our research is aimed to be as accurate as possible. Oftentimes Manufacturers may change their warranty coverage. It is important to review the auto warranty contract and coverage terms between you and the manufacturer (provided to you during the time of your vehicle purchase) or contact your manufacturer for your auto warranty information. Below is a basic guide to help you make an informed decision if your auto warranty is expired and if you should consider purchasing an extended auto warranty (vehicle service contract).